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Stuart tracts, 1603-1693

Published 1964

Reprint of the 1903 ed. (London, A. Constable)

Includes bibliographical references

Account of the death of Queen Elizabeth / Sir Robert Carey -- The true narration of the entertainment of His Majesty from his departure from Edinburgh till his receiving at London / by T.M. (1603) -- King James, his entertainment at Theobald's / by John Savile (1603) -- Time triumphant / by Gilbert Dugdale (1604) -- The commentaries of Sir Francis Vere / published by William Dillingham (1657) -- Sir Thomas Overbury, his observations in his travels, upon the state of the seventeen provinces, etc. (1626) -- The interpreter (1622) -- The famous and wonderful recovery of a ship of Bristol, called the Exchange, from the Turkish pirates of Argier (1625) -- Three to one: being an English-Spanish combat / by Richard Peeke -- (1622) -- A true relation of a brave stratagem practised upon a sea-town in Galicia (1626) -- The sequestration of Archbishop Abbot from all his ecclesiastical offices in 1627 / by John Rushworth (1659) -- Short memorials of some things to be cleared during my command in the army, and a short memorial of the northern actions during the war there / Thomas Lord Fairfax. To which is added an epitaph on Lord Fairfax / by George Duke of Buckingham -- A true relation of Major-General Sir Thomas Morgan's progress in France and Flanders with the six thousand English in the years 1657 and 1658 (1699) -- England's joy, or A relation of the most remarkable passages from His Majesty's arrival at Dover to his entranace at Whitehall (1660) -- A relation of the great sufferings and strange adventures of Henry Pitman (1689) -- A true and exact account of the retaking of a ship called the Friends' Adventure of Topsham, from the French / by Robert Lyde (1693)

Publisher New York, Cooper Square Publishers
Pages 562
Language English
Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive
Book contributor Internet Archive
Collection internetarchivebooks; americana

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